‘The Twilight Zone’ is an American online television anthology show broadcast on CBS. The first demonstration was on 1 April 2019. However, fans need to be mindful that the original 1959 series of the same name produced by Rod Serling is effectively rebooting. The series was filmed mainly in Vancouver, British Columbia. Bryan Singer, renowned for films such as ‘The Usual Suspects’ or ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ was initially in charge of designing, overseeing, and directing the recovery process.
The idea was soon undertaken by Jordan Peele, who made his name with two consecutive successes in ‘Get Out’ and ‘Us’ forms. Peele produced the show from which Kinberg left and was joined in his efforts by Marco Ramirez. Peele is also the series’ narrator and also a co-writer.
On 29 April, CBS All Access ordered season 2 of The Twilight Zone. This occurred immediately after five episodes in season 1 of The Twilight Zone. Given the skills of both the camera and final scenes in the Twilight Zone season 1, it makes sense for CBS All-Access to check water improvement and explore new innovative ideas.
For season 1 of The Twilight Zone, the length was 37 to 56 minutes for each episode, which took months to film. CBS All-Access will also most likely follow the same production schedule and slot for a spring 2020 edition of Twilight Zone 2, taking account of releases schedules for other streaming shows as well as the production schedule from season 1.
The cast of season 2 will include:
- Jordan Peele
- David Epstein
- Kelly Ann Woods
- Paolo Maiolo
- Nagin Rezaiean
The order for season 2 of the Twilight Zone suggested that CBS All-Access’ Executive Vice President of Original Communications Julie McNamara was intent on “socially conscious storytelling.”
While it is unknown if the basic structure for the Twilight Zone Season 2 is going to stay the same, the viewers expect Peele to draw inspiration from current events and film classics, along with episodes taken from previous movies.
The first episode of Twilight Zone “Nightmare at 30,000 Feet” inspires the episode of 1963 “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet,” so that more current reworks or re-imaginations are possible along the road.